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  • Yes, and I'm 100% sure of myself on N/S preference

    9 10.47%
  • Yes, and I'm not completely sure of myself on N/S preference

    3 3.49%
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    57 66.28%
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Thread: Sensor hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Not to be all nitpicky, but a lot of people like one sort of sensor and don't like another, using SP and SJ typings.
    Don't be silly, everyone loves SJs!

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    To be honest, I think sometimes I do but I also think that S's look down on me sometimes. In other words, it can be pretty mutual at times. They judge me for being "too out there" and I judge them for not "stepping out of the box". Neither side is right or wrong though. Both sides have some truth to them. However, I don't hate them.

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    Why would I look down on Sensors just for being a Sensor? Sure there may be differences in our opinion what is important to us in life, but as long as each side can accept the other person's opinion and not force the own on the other person (I admit it happens too often for my taste, but sure Sensors feel the same about N's often, and it depends all on the individual), there is nothing wrong, and I have seen some wonderful Sensors to know that they can have their heart in the right place, and that's what is most important to me.

    We might have often other interests and many might be boring to me, but the same I can say about many N's, and some are just great fun.

    So yes, many Sensors in fact will drive me nuts, but not just because they are Sensors.

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    As much as I look down on Sensors for their general dislike towards my blabber, I look down on midgets(literally), incompetent people, "stupid" people, boring people, females, mental people, old people, disabled, children, "evil" people etc.

    I don't know, I can't avoid looking down on things..

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    YES!



    They should all be destroyed.



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    Are you insecure or something?
    "You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

    Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office
    than to serve and obey them. - David Hume

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Are you insecure or something?
    It appears Jock might be a bit insecure, look at the size of that gun!

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    Not sure if I can post here since it's addressed to N's.. but...

    Maybe I'm being too optimistic, but I often don't think it's a difference of depth per se. Just focus.. and language even. I can understand a theoretical or more abstract angle to things, but it's not really my deal - but when applicable, I can bring it home and relate to it on an experiential side. I can say "yeah, I see what you're saying", and provide an example,anecdote, or story in how I've seen the general principle play out. A cool N will see what I'm doing there, see how I drew the connection, maybe engage me about it.. In my view, we BOTH have depth, since we're going back and forth like that. The person who insists on their own approach or way of talking though is the one that really lacks depth - and they can be either S or N.

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    In a way, everyone's a sensor because we all use sensing functions.

    I thinks society would buckle under itself without sensors. Why would intuitives hate them? Furthermore, there's pleasurable aspects and deplorable aspects to every individual out there. Wouldn't it be unreasonable to deplore an entire group of people based on the behavior of a select few? (Actually, I secretly do this ALL the time! Be on your best behavior, or everyone in your circle gets hate-slimed. Yes, hate-slimed, I cooked up a fresh batch this morning).



    And yes, I do judge Mary Kate by Ashley's behavior. THEY'RE FROM THE SAME ZYGOTE!

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    I've said this before- but I don't think that sensor hate is even real. I think it's something made up by forum members so that they can feel like they are in some special race. Those people don't even know what a sensor is and probably type real life people that they hate "sensors" and people that they like "intuitives."

    There's no one who walks around IRL looking down on sensors or noticing a language barrier with all sensors that they meet. It's natural to dislike ignorant or boring people, but many N's are ignorant and boring as well.
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